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show us your hunting knife and or multi tools you use hunting

mine is a stiper knife,over 12 years old,paid 50 quid for it,this knife has seen a lot of action and is still

as good today as what it was 12 years ago

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I use a mora clipper and an opined, fcuk all special an means I can bin em or lose em an not be worried, must say tho these have last well so far so may treat meself to summat a bit better an see how I get on with that 😂

 

nice knife that Ted. I like it a lot😉

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Here is a knife that I had made by a friend of mine Chris Reade , it holds an insane edge for ages . More interesting is the sheath , the old sheath got loose over time and the knife could fall out . I had a chat to Chris and I asked him if the Sadler who makes his sheaths could make one with a clip . Took a bit of time but he did and it works well . More often I too use an opinel in my pocket and a mora clipper in the truck . 

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I've lost some cracking knives over the years. Tend to leave anything decent with my Oldman only use cheap stuff now. As said opinel are decent sharp and ain't the end of the world when you lose one. I never seem to lose the cheap ones though 😂

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Used my dads old pocket knife for years but now its just an Opinel.

The big knife my nephew got me for Christmas and i've not used it yet. It's prob's not very good but its very comfortable in the hand.

 

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13 hours ago, Ted Newgent said:

ok

i will start

show us your hunting knife and or multi tools you use hunting

mine is a stiper knife,over 12 years old,paid 50 quid for it,this knife has seen a lot of action and is still

as good today as what it was 12 years ago

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Not dissimilar to this offering from svord. http://www.svord.com/index.php?id_product=12&controller=product

I prefer the profile of yours though I think. Bit of a hybrid between a skinner and drop point.

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I forgot about a small skinning knife that Chris Reade gave me to try , I’ve used it a few times and it’s very good . Super sharp , and stays that way , it fits in your hand nicely and is just the job for awkward muntjac. 

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On 14/03/2019 at 12:09, shovel leaner said:

I forgot about a small skinning knife that Chris Reade gave me to try , I’ve used it a few times and it’s very good . Super sharp , and stays that way , it fits in your hand nicely and is just the job for awkward muntjac. 

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Now thats one blade I could give a good home to 

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